The taco and burrito restaurant has opened on Fifth Avenue near First Street.
The city's first Denny's will serve alcohol when it opens at 150 Nassau St. in May.
Made En Harlem owner Jose Morales feels he's being stereotyped.
The Chocolate Room wants to add "spark" to its menu with alcoholic drinks.
Residents said they feared the 1,000-person event space would bring traffic and noise to the area.
The applicant, Brooklyn Classic, filed to get a liquor license for 319 Frost St.
Bearded Lady Expresso and Mess Hall are two of several new eateries opening soon in Harlem.
Moot Hall bar's would-be owners say Community Board 8's committee is chasing away small businesses.
Pride and Joy BBQ is opening on First Avenue in the former Lucky Cheng's space.
The community board's business committee unanimously approved Tavern on the Green's application.
The Blind Barber's owners adjusted their application to serve only beer and wine to appease locals.
The Urban Outfitters opening on North Sixth Street was denied a liquor license Thursday night.
The DL agreed to close its windows and roof during big parties and add an extra pane of glass to windows.
The owners of 13 Thames St. withdrew their liquor license application.
Urban Outfitters, the Blind Barber and 104 other businesses are up for liquor licenses.
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